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Lecture 2 - Lecture 2 Monday 9:22 AM 1 International...

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Lecture 2 Monday, January 28, 2008 9:22 AM 1. International politics is the process by which foreign policy leaders balances their ambition  to pursue particular policy objectives against their need to acoid internal and external threats to  their political survival. In Tentbookl 2. Definition may be deviate from traditions. 3. Take apart definition in 1 a. Balance. For Policy leaders. People who make decisions. One hand want to achieve  goals , trade off. Personal preferences and public preference. What u wanto to do and boot  out of office. b. Always possible that possible im[lementations may cause dethronement of power. c. Military, power and cou detat.  i. US offer to increase military presence in  pakistan. Al Qaeda. Mustarraff ii. Al quesa is swaying the power of the government. Going into the cities. iii. U.S offer, secret, CIA, NY Times break story. iv. Window of opportunity v. Mustarraf reject offer of military increase, though US power huge sway on his  own power sway. Wana show his own ability to govern. vi. Pakistan military very nationalistic, do not want what is percieved a Iraq-ization. vii. Mustarraf. Cannot stay in office without military of US or Pakistan. Trade off  necessary d. Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama i. S. Carolina. Like tp present herself as separate as BC, need to use Black appeal  of her husband. Trade off of bill campaign, lost of individuality for black votes. Tradeoff  of votes. Decisions. Check Times for editorials.
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